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  2. KINGSMITH SMITH OVERDUE

    SINGAPORE, Nov. 8. (11.16 a.m.).—Kingsford Smith at 11 o'clock this morning was two hours overdue. He has not been reported since leaving Akyab. SINGAPORE, Nov. 8 (1.30 p.m.).—There is still no news ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. Taxation.

    MELBOURNE, Nov. 8.—The Queensland Premier (Mr. Forean Smith) to-day defended the Queensland system of taxation of ...

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  4. Borrowing Curtailed.

    MELBOURNE, Nov. 8.—The Loan Council completed its meeting to-day by accepting the offer of the Commonwealth Dank Board to ...

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  5. State Parliament.

    BRISBANE. Nov. 8.—In the legislative Assembly to-day, In moving the second rending of the Liquor Acts Amendment Bill, the ...

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  6. ATTACK ON MAKALE

    ASMARA, Nov. 7.—The Italians resumed their advance this morning, but it is proceeding slowly owing to the rain. The invaders are reported to have occupied a bridge dominating Makale. ...

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  7. HOPEFUL NOTE.

    BRISBANE. Nov. 8.—A very hopeful note, concerning Sir Charles Kingsford Smith is sounded by Mr. W. A. Bird, works manager of Qantas ...

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  8. British Navy.

    LONDON, Nov. 7.—Cruiser contracts of 1035 program are completed with allocation of an order for machinery for the third cruiser to Scotts ...

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  9. DESTROYER GIPSY.

    The sixth naval vessel to be launched tit Clyde, this year, the destroyer, Gipsy, took the water from Fairfields yards to-day. ...

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  10. ITALIAN OIL EMBARGO.

    LONDON, Nov. 7.—It is understood that the chances of an oil embargo against Italy arc slight failing an official American ban, which is ...

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  11. Can's Bros.' Case.

    PERTH, Nov. 8.—The Acting-Minister for Police (Mr. Troy), replying to questions, asked in the Assembly last night by Mr. Needham ...

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  12. The British Elections.

    LONDON, Nov. 7.—Disorderly meeting are scarcely a sign of election apathy of which some complain. Mr. Thomas especially ...

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  13. Air Mail Service.

    LONDON, Nov. 7.—The first stage in the revision of the Empire air transport program with a view to improvement in the present time schedules, ...

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  14. FORMER BATTLE RECALLED.

    ROME, Nov. 8. — While General Blroll's Askaris are carrying out a direct thrusts on Makale the Italians do not wish the honor of the ...

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  15. The Sanctions Bill.

    CANBERRA, Nov. 8.—In a tense atmosphere the second reading of the sanctions bill was carried by 35 votes to 22 in the House of ...

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  16. Rights of Italians.

    CANBERRA, Nov. 8.—Commenting to-day on the statement by Archbishop Duhig, of Brisbane, that Italians in Australia never had been granted their ...

    Article : 321 words
  17. FREE SCHOOL REQUISITES.

    BRISBANE. Nov. 8.—The free supply of school requisites for the children of persons in receipt of relief assistance will operate immediately, said the ...

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  18. Egyptian Rights.

    LONDON, Nov. 7.—It is officially announced that the British Government, has informed the Egyptian Minister in London that Great ...

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  19. STOP PRESS

    LONDON, Nov. 8.—Correspondents with the Italian northern army report that the Italians entered Makale at 9 a.m. to-day. ...

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  20. LABOR OPPOSITION.

    CANBEPRA, Nov. 8.—When the Sanctions Bill was introduced into the Senate to-day, Senator Sir G. Pearce indicated that the Government would ...

    Article : 328 words
  21. Germany's Decision.

    BERLIN, Nov. 7.—It is officially denied that Germany has made any approach to the League of Nations on the subject of sanctions. ...

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  22. PERSONNEL OF COMMISSION.

    BRISBANE, Nov. 8.—It is expected that either Judge Webb or Mr. W. J. Riordan, of the Industrial Court, will be asked to accept the chairmanship ...

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  23. LABOR'S PROMISES.

    "The Government in four years, spent £450,000,000 on fighting services and, it they are not efficient. I want to know the reason why," said Mr. Morrison in ...

    Article : 164 words
  24. Pepper Crisis.

    LONDON, Nov. 7.—Summonses have been issued, arising from the pepper crisis in February, on Garabsd Bishirgian, Deputy-Chairman of James & ...

    Article : 102 words
  25. THE GREEN SHIRTS.

    The Green Shirts demonstrated against Mr. Baldwin on his arrival at Leeds central station to address a mass meeting. A dozen travelled in the ...

    Article : 88 words
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